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The Best of the Plantations and the Cream of the Crop only: PREMIUM A+. You will fall under the spell of its (delirious) notes of licorice, vanilla, gingerbread, honey and caramel which will perfectly match many recipes. Its aromatic intensitymakes it possible to significantly reduce sugar consumption. The best of the crop!
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You know white sugar, brown sugar, cane sugar, but do you know Muscovado sugar? If not, it's time for me to introduce you to this high quality product. Muscovado sugar (or mascobado sugar) is a pure and complete cane sugar. It comes from Mauritius or the Philippines, I have chosen a farm located in Mauritius which produces a very qualitative sugar in the rules of art. If you have the feeling that you have eaten a similar sugar in Latin America, it is quite possible. However, it is called something else. Here you consume rapadura. In Colombia, it is known as panela.
If Muscovado is a sugar, be prepared to taste a product that has nothing to do with what you know, especially if you consume white sugar. White sugar just tastes like sugar. Muscovado sugar offers you a taste experience. This time, your sugar develops unique aromas between notes of caramel, licorice and vanilla. Those who are not familiar with its origin might simply think that this sugar has been processed and flavored, but you are tasting a totally natural product. Muscovado sugar is sugar in its simplest expression, but in its greatest gustatory complexity
But how do we get this Muscovado sugar? First of all the harvesting of sugar cane is the basis of this exceptional sugar. Then, the juice is extracted from it, this juice is called " vesou ". It is filtered to remove impurities before being heated. This heating step aims to remove all the liquid, this is the moment when this sugar will develop all its aromas. We then obtain a residue which is dried before being crushed. Muscovado sugar is not refined, that's why it keeps its beautiful brown color. Moreover, it is not separated from its molasses, which also influences its final color, much darker than brown sugar for example.
This brown sugar will naturally be used mainly in desserts. We can perfectly imagine a gingerbread with Muscovado sugar, a carrot cake or speculoos. However, if you like sweet and salty flavors, you will love to use this ingredient in more unexpected recipes.
Here, you make a crème brulée recipe by adding mixed foie gras to your preparation composed of egg yolks, milk, cream and seasoning to your liking. When your preparation is ready, sprinkle it with Muscovado sugar and pass the flashlight.
Caramel pork is an iconic dish for sweet and sour lovers. To make your caramel, you need water and Muscovado sugar. When your caramel is ready, add seasoned chicken stock (you can add soy sauce, ginger, etc. for Asian flavors). Place your pork pieces in this sauce and cook for about 20 minutes (depending on the thickness of your pork).
Cookies are a simple Sunday recipe that allows you to enjoy sweet flavors without spending hours in the kitchen. Use your usual recipe and simply replace the white sugar or brown sugar with Muscovado sugar (but be sure to reduce the amount of sugar, as it has more sweetening power). Its vanilla and licorice flavors will revolutionize your cookies.
Muscovado sugar is not separated from its molasses and is therefore rich in trace elements and vitamin B6. It also contains vitamins B3, B5 and B9. This whole sugar is natural and much less harmful than refined white sugar. Rich in minerals, it strengthens the heart and nervous system. On the other hand, this sugar is not demineralizing, the risk of cavities is less important than with a traditional sugar. It is good for your food balance. More powerful, Muscovado sugar is used in smaller quantities than white sugar, you can reduce your sugar use by about 30%.
Muscovado sugar is somewhat moist, it is best to keep it in a dry place in an airtight box. If despite all your precautions sugar crystals form, do not hesitate to put them in a blender.
Based on 338 customer reviews
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Qualité sublime '' un délice !
La dégustation de ce sucre est un voyage sublime '
published the 12/07/2022
following an order made on 29/06/2022
Le meilleur des sucres
published the 02/07/2022
following an order made on 11/06/2022
published the 15/06/2022
following an order made on 03/06/2022
Le meilleur muscavado que j ai trouvé
published the 07/06/2022
following an order made on 22/05/2022
sucre excellent !!!
published the 02/06/2022
following an order made on 06/05/2022
Merci encore de superbe découverte d'épices pour cuisiner !
published the 02/06/2022
following an order made on 09/05/2022
Sucre à tombé, très parfumé avec un goût délicieux
published the 25/05/2022
following an order made on 28/04/2022
Bon, mais difficile à mélanger
published the 20/05/2022
following an order made on 01/05/2022
Le sucre de Muscavado. Ça fond sur la langue comme du bon chocolat pas besoin d'en mettre beaucoup juste ce qu'il faut pour que ça sucre. Je ne peux plus m'en passer. J'adore !